Business Terms and Jargon Explained

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Uxor MoJ Warranty liability
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Stet Lessee Company Car
Magic bullet Equity Rates Minority Interest
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Business Angel Sale and Leaseback Retained earnings
Cancellation Period EMEAR SSL - Secure Sockets Layer
Overseas company Takeover Prudent

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